by Ken Winston Caine
Soy beans are about the most inexpensive high-protein natural food you can buy. And many people love soy milk — which is easily made from soybeans. I’ll tell you how I make it in a moment.
I do suggest that you make your own.
Unfortunately, most commercial soy milk is highly sugared and filled with other additives.
That’s completely unnecessary.
If you want to add flavoring, nutrition and texture to your pure, homemade soy milk, consider these:
— A dash of sea salt.
— A teaspoon of vanilla.
— A tiny amount of stevia powder (for subtle sweetening).
— A half teaspoon of guar gum per quart (for thickening).
— A teaspoon of olive oil or coconut oil per quart.
Here’s what you’ll need to make your own soy milk: (more…)